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He's perfect to Washington defensive backs.
Vince Young has 22 wins when he has attempted 25 passes or less; when he's attempted more than 25 passes, he's only picked up eight wins.
Even scarier is his 2-5 record when he throws the ball 35-plus times.
The Eagles are averaging 35 pass attempts per game, and that doesn't even take into account the times Andy Reid dialed up the pass only to see Michael Vick take off for his life.
If the Eagles have any shot in this game, Reid will take the ball out of Young's hands.
Young is not only inaccurate, but he's simply not smart enough to figure out how the offense works.
Backup Mike Kafka is still giving Young a run for his money, as Young is too lazy and must be pushed each day to learn the offense.
For evidence, I give you Exhibit A—a recent quote from Young this week:
"It's somewhat tough," he said. "It can be tough if you're not paying attention and you're not focused. One thing about Andy is he won't let you not pay attention. He's always going to be asking you questions. That's the good thing about this team and (these coaches)."
It's tough? Is it tough to know a team actually shelled out a couple million and you agreed to take the money knowing you would take on the role of being a backup for an injury-prone quarterback?
If that doesn't set the red flags off for Reid to not let this weasel make plays, nothing will.